German School of Ann Arbor becomes a PASCH-School
In September 2014 the German School of Ann Arbor was officially recognized as a PASCH school. The handover of the PASCH-badge and the DSD-certificates to the first DSD year of the school were the occasion for a ceremony at the school. The German School of Ann Arbor, Michigan, is one of the youngest members of the PASCH community in the American Midwest. The school, which was founded in 2008 and now has more than 130 children learning German, officially became a PASCH school on September 21, 2014. In addition to the handover of the PASCH-badge by Consul General Herbert Quelle from the Consulate General Chicago and ZfA advisor for German lessons Anka Fehling, there was also another solemn occasion: the first year of DSD I graduates received their German language certificates in front the entire DSAA community. In addition, our younger DSAA students had a unique opportunity to ask questions of the Consul General, such as: "Do you have children?", "What is your favorite food?", "When did you start learning to play an instrument?". DSAA warmly thanks the Consul General and ZfA for their support of DSAA.
Pictures from the official diploma event
Official PASCH publication about the DSAA